Shelton in Fairfield County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England)
Shelton World War I Monument
Inscription. Honor Roll
By Michael Herrick, December 8, 2009
1. Shelton World War I Monument
Tablet Erected By
The City of Shelton
In Honor of the Men of This Community
In the Military or Naval Forces of Our Country
Erected November 1918
[ center column ]
Died In Service
Thomas Arena Joseph Bernabeo John Budzensky William R. Dunn Shester A. Gade Edward Gardner Peter T. Gibbons T. F. Haussler John McKay Raymond B. Scranton Charles W. Sutter William H. Von Werder
Carlo Aiello Daniel Alberico Richard J. Allen Emmett L. Anderson Roger A. Appely Charles P. Arata Henry Baldwin David Baldwin, Jr. Edward Bahner Charles A. Balkhaus Robert H. Borden Reinhart Balkhaus John S. Balko Lester T. Bavier Harold C. Beard Myron G. Beard Elliott C. Beardsley Byron L. Beers Michael Beatrice Michael J. Bergin Edward R. Besescheck William Bond Dr. Leris S. Booth Ralph C. Booth Nelson D. Booth Camillo Arello Percival E. Borden, Jr. Sylvanus S. Borden Charles Bouteiller George P. Brennan William F. Brennan Betty B. Brotz Mathias J. Bunyan John M. Burns William J. Burke William A. Byrne Albert L. Cawthra Ralph Carter Salvatore M. Caiaccia William I. Samon Frederick E. Cawthra John C. Cerore Raymond H. Chapman Charles J. Clark Royal G. Clark
Richard F. Cody Edward J. Coffey Francis A. Collins Robert M. Collins Edward Comboni Michael J. Comboni Howard O. Combs Martin Conash Albert T. Cook Melvin Cook H. Austin Cook William R. Cook John Coscia Frederick W. Cotter William Crabtree John Crapuliccio Joseph Crinock John D. Crocker Albert S. Chowther Michael Cushon Thomas A. Dagle Ernest A. Dains Michael A. Daiuto Albert Deings William F. Dempsey Francis J. Devlin John H. De Young Walter Didsbury William D. Downes Timothy I. Donovan Cornelius Doolittle Terrance Doran Thomas A. Doran William Doran William D. Downs Elizabeth W. Downer Roger J. Durrand F.J. Durrschmidt H.C. Durrschmidt Robert Early Thomas H. Evans Gustave H. Erickson Leo Ewanietz Fred Faber Emil Faber Joseph W. Farchaus Norma G. Feeney John A. Finer J. Henry Finnell Agostino Fiorello Timothy Flaherty J. A. Fitzpatrick John C. Flaherty James Franklin Nicholas Frega Dareton M. Frembes Ernest Garrity George W. Schneider John Raynor, Jr. John A. Finar George E. Gade, Jr. Edward F. Garlin George E. Garlin William J. Gaynor Henry J. Gavin Norman V. Gee William H. Gerety Antonio Giordano Charles J. Gluck Raymond J. Goad Hermin Goldberg Joseph Goodman William Goodman Bernard Gould Fred Gould Ernest Gressott William J. Griffin John Gunger Fred Gutmann Gilbert O. Wittaker Herbert B. Larson Wesley L. Hall William L. Hamilton Tehon Hanko William A. Haupt Joseph Haussler George D. Hecox Ernest Heusser Thomas P. Hill Albert J. Hibbert Robert G. Hookin Samuel Holden Michael Honas Stephen Honas Robert E. Hopkins Edward Horoschak Frank W. Houle Louis O. Houle Richard L. Hoyt George Ingraham Harry L. Ives Alexander F. Ix John P. Ix Frank J. Ix William E. Ix John Iaron J. Peter Johnson Andrew Johnson George S. Johnson William Jones Frederick Jordan Oliver Julian John Kelleher Raymond F. Kendrick Thomas J. Kendrick John Kerie Ernest F. A. Kim John A. Kim Frank A. Klos Amile Kosh Paul Kotter John Kusiak Benjamin J. La Forge Herbert G. Larson Clarence L. Lattin James Lawlor James E. Lawton Ernest W. Ledger C. Harold Lewis Dr. Clifford E. Lewis Hiram P. Loverin Vincenzo Merola Alton M. Martin Peter Massaro Bernard A. Mehls, Jr. Fred Miller William H. Mizzen Howard L. Moore Thomas Murphy John Mc Auliffee John McBride Arthur H. McEwen Frederick McGilvery Lester McFarland Ernest F. McGovern Stephen V. McHale James J. McLarney Harry G. McLean Melville P. McLean Frederick J. McMullen James O'Neil John Noknrkrski Stephen S. Nichols Cora D. Nichols Walter J. Nichols Walter C. Nelson John Nakemoski James L. McPherson Harold Palmer William I. Palmer Herman Pastore Boleslaw Pawlowski Danna E. Perry John Pieciuch Alfred Pisacane Joseph Fiske Joseph Pisko Peter Polaski George L. Prindle Frank Pinto Walter J. Pullan Edward Purcell Herbert C. Roberts Dr. H. A. Roberts John Rollinson, Jr. Robert S. Rose James Rose Friend W. Rosene Nichola Ruggerio John Rusgrove John D. Russ Fred J. Rumble Arthur D. Radcliffe Oswald T. Radcliffe Angelo M. Rippa Earl R. Ransom John R. Rayner Frank H. Rehnborg Edward A. Reilly Cyril Repka Martin Repka Joseph R. Rich Arid Sadik William Sadik William J. Sammon Philip Sandow Frederick L. Sanford William Scaife Angelo J. Scarpa John A. Scarpa Clarence Scheussler George W. Schmehier Louis F. Scholley G. C. Schuessler, Jr. Harold Schuessler George J. Seiler Gordan Shand Edward D. Shea Benjamin D. Sharpe Patsy Shea William Shea Michael Shurko Harry F. Signan Harold W. Slie Dr. C. Seaver Smith Harold L. Smith Roy A. Smith Emil C. stehle Fred Stage Edward Stehle George Stellaka Leroy Sterling Charles Stine Louis W. Stranahan William Strubble Cora E. Sullivan Michael Student Edward J. Sullivan Herbert W. Sullivan Allan D. Sutherland George L. Sutter John F. Tarantino Harold A. Thompson J. Sherwood Thompson Ralph B. Thrall Louis R. Tobin Michael J. Tomko Wesley D. Tomlinsom Daniel Treloar Stanley Treloar William M. Tucker Carrie H. Tucker Joseph F. Tunida Andrew Usinger Saul J. Van Fleet John H. Vonderlieth August H. Von Werner Edwin G. Wadsworth J. Marden Wadsworth Andrew R. Von Werder Frank Waracki Arthur Walker Magnus R. Weber William J. Weber Harold Webster Frederick W. Weighers Joseph A. Weimann Michael Wesolowski Kenneth D. Wetherby Joseph D. Wheller Gilbert O. Whittaker Albert E. Wicks Fred W. Wicks W. Hauley Wilson Wheaton S. Wilson Reginald Woodhead Alfred A. Worobler John Wopner Charles J. Wondrack George J. Szeves Frank Yanicki John Zimmerman George Zsevoz
By Michael Herrick, December 8, 2009
2. Shelton World War I Monument
Erected 1918 by City of Shelton.
Location. 41° 18.834′ N, 73° 5.526′ W. Marker is in Shelton, Connecticut, in Fairfield County. Marker is at the intersection of Hill Street and Coram Avenue, on the left when traveling west on Hill Street. Touch for map. Located in front of Shelton City Hall. Marker is at or near this postal address: 54 Hill Street, Shelton CT 06484, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Freedom Tree (a few steps from this marker); City of Shelton Emergency Services Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); Shelton Veterans Monument (approx. 0.2 miles away); Commodore Isaac Hull Bridge (approx. 0.2 miles away); Shelton World War II Memorial (approx. half a mile away); Birmingham Iron Foundry Veterans Memorial (approx. half a mile away); Derby Veterans Monument (approx. 0.6 miles away); Derby Firemens Memorial (approx. 0.6 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Shelton.
1. My Grandfather and Great Uncle on Monument
My Grandfather Michael and Great Uncle Stephen Honas are both on the monument, My Grandfather Michael served his country in the U.S. Army stationed in Texas for the duration of the war. My Great Uncle Stephen however did go overseas. He was a member of the Lost Battalion. I do have information about his time in the Argonne Forest and the days that they were "LOST" if anyone is interested just let me know.
— Submitted October 3, 2014, by Julie Girard of Monroe, Michigan.
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Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on March 7, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 2,122 times since then and 43 times this year. Photos: 1, 2. submitted on March 7, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.